Marc Goldring joined WolfBrown in its first year. One of his primary focuses has been community cultural planning, assisting both large urban-suburban areas and smaller communities to develop and sustain their cultural life and institutions. Marc has worked on dozens of such projects, in Birmingham, Anaheim, Philadelphia, Fort Worth, Saint Paul, Bellevue (Washington), Durham (North Carolina) and New Haven.
In addition to his cultural planning projects, Marc has worked with individual organizations, developing a strategic plan for the Brooklyn Museum and conducting economic and financial research for the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, among others. He has also led feasibility studies, including relocation/expansion plans for the Columbus Museum of Art and the Miami Art Museum.
A Fulbright Award-winning craftsperson, Marc's work has been displayed in galleries and museums nationwide. He founded and directed an international organization of artists working in leather, curated exhibits of contemporary art and craft leather, and organized national and international conferences. He was Executive Director of the National Crafts Planning Board, serving craftspeople in all media. Marc has served on grants review panels for state and local arts agencies and has spoken and taught at national, regional and state conferences. Since 1999, he has been an active photographer, building on an earlier body of work and showing and selling his current images on his web site, www.marcoclicks.com, and at galleries and shows in the Boston area.